A Sikh turban (unsure of this particular man's city). Chandigarh, India has a large Sikh population. You will see men wearing turbans in all possible colors (often matching with the shade of their T-shirts). We spotted many a turban in Rajasthan- they have a different meaning over there, though. Rather than being primarily a religious sign, they may refer to a person’s status in society, such as caste. (Anna and Nico's travel blog)
Fruit vendor on the beaches of Goa in India. (It looks to me like her container is plastic. Again, as with cars, etc. someone might argue that we in "the West" have been enjoying the privileges of plastic - light, inexpensive, easily used - for decades, so why shouldn't people around the world be able to do the same?) ↞❁✦彡●⊱❊⊰✦❁ ڿڰۣ❁ ℓα-ℓα-ℓα вσηηє νιє ♡༺✿༻♡·✳︎· ❀‿ ❀ ·✳︎· SAT Jul 16, 2016 ✨вℓυє мσση✤ॐ ✧⚜✧ ❦♥⭐♢∘❃♦♡❊ нανє α ηι¢є ∂αу ❊ღ༺✿༻♡♥♫ ~*~ ♪ ♥✫❁✦⊱❊⊰●彡✦❁↠ ஜℓvஜ
Namaste, and welcome. Namaste beautiful people, and welcome to my Sports and Fitness blog. My name is Bella, and as someone who loves health and wellness I decided to create this blog to share my favourite tips and tricks to get fit, as well as the different types of sport and fitness I enjoy. As I’m sure you can already tell one of my favourite ways to keep fit is through Yoga. 6 years ago I visited the beautiful country of India, and fell in love with the people and th..